Color image of Untitled wood relief by George Morrison, 1975.

Untitled wood relief

Untitled wood relief, 1975. By George Morrison.

Color image of Witch Tree Variation drawing by George Morrison, 1982.

Witch Tree Variation drawing

Witch Tree Variation, 1982. Drawn by George Morrison.

Color image of Abstract Composition watercolor painting by George Morrison, 1950.

Abstract Composition watercolor painting

Abstract Composition watercolor painting, 1950. Painted by George Morrison.

Color image of Dirt Track Specialist oil painting by George Morrison, 1940.

Dirt Track Specialist

Dirt Track Specialist oil painting, 1940. Painted by George Morrison.

Color image of Duluth Corner, Drawing of St. Louis County by George Morrison, 1942.

Duluth Corner, Drawing of St. Louis County

Duluth Corner, St. Louis County, 1942. Drawn by George Morrison.

Color image of Landscape/Seascape with Surrealist Forms: Red Rock Variation drawing by George Morrison, 1984.

Landscape/Seascape with Surrealist Forms: Red Rock Variation

Landscape/Seascape with Surrealist Forms: Red Rock Variation, 1984. Drawn by George Morrison.

Color image of Untitled, An abstract oil raw canvasboard by George Morrison, 1959. Primarily orange, white, red, black and green in color.

Untitled, an abstract oil raw canvasboard by George Morrison

Untitled, an abstract oil raw canvasboard,1959. Primarily orange, white, red, black and green in color. Painted by George Morrison.

Black and white photograph of Hazel Belvo, George Morrison, and their son, Briand Morrison, c.1978.

Hazel Belvo, George Morrison, and their son, Briand Morrison

Hazel Belvo, George Morrison, and their son, Briand Morrison, c.1978. Photograph by Victor Bloomfield.

Black and white photograph of George Morrison and Hazel Belvo, 1976.

George Morrison and Hazel Belvo

Morrison and Hazel Belvo, 1976. Photograph by Victor Bloomfield.

Morrison, George (1919–2000)

George Morrison, one of Minnesota’s most important artists, is best known for his landscape paintings and wood collages. He drew inspiration from nature, combining impressionism with expressionism, cubism, and surrealism to develop a uniquely textured style. He referred to himself as a formalist in his approach to art.

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